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Cannot get FreePBX to route with dual NICs

I have a FreePBX server that needs to have a second real-world interface added. As in, both eth0 and eth1 have routable ip addresses. Setting up the second address was relatively simple as per a quick ...
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FreePBX on Wifi can't connect to the server

I configured wifi on FreePBX. When I run FreePBX I see wlan0 and ipv6 address. I can ping that address from other machine from the same LAN network. iwconfig: wlan0 IEEE 802.11 ESSID:"my name ...
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FreePBX configure wifi from command line WPA2

I have computer that only have Wifi network. There is no RJ45 socket. I have to configure Wifi using command line. My Wifi: Authentication : WPA2-Personal Cipher : CCMP ...
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How to delete a speed dial in Asterisk/FreePBX [closed]

Using FreePBX 15. This is a test system for evaluating the possible use of FreePBX in our university environment. From a phone, I used the Asterisk star code *75 to enter a speed dial. Now I want to ...
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FreePBX No connection to Asterisk

I am new to asterisk and freePBX. I set up a server years ago but it was very basic and used for less than a month. I’m now launching a new company and found myself in need of a VOIP system so I’m ...
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creating FreePBX lxd container image from virtualbox instance

I needed a freepbx lxd image for some test, and since I didn't find it in public image servers (well, default images: one and google search but nothing, I think for licence's issues but don't really ...
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Raspberry PI only using 4 GB of 32 GB SD card

I'm currently using a Raspberry PI 4 to run FreePBX. I'm using raspbx to run it. So far everything was going good for a few days. Today I started getting a lot of problems receiving calls. I logged ...
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2 Ethernet cards on Sangoma Linux 7.5.1805

I've Sangoma Linux 7.5.1805 I installed a second ethernet card into motherboardls and since then the integrated interface stopped working As I plug cable into the second NIC the network starts to ...
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Ring Group - How to make Asterisk just to save the last attempt

I created a ring group on freepbx, for the option no answer I set the destination to this ring group that I created, just to be like a loop 'til someone hangup. The problem... When someone calls to ...
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Centos 7 / FreePBX14 Distro Email

I am trying to find out what mail service is being used to send voicemail to email on Centos 7 / FreePBX14 Distro.
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Unable to register SIP via WiFi

We run a FreePBX server on our LAN and softphones can register using the local SIP server IP. I need these softphones to be able to register over the internet too so we have configured the firewall ...
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How to turn off RTP buffering for SIP calls in FreeSWITCH pbx software?

I want to turn off buffering of SIP calls in freeswitch pbx software. Freeswitch holds RTP data from clients in buffer and sends it every 20ms. I want to freeswitch pass throught packets without ...
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Grub2-reboot # not working on FreePBX Distro 7 - Based on CentOS 7

I have used the same configuration to successfully add a second menu entry and boot to it via "grub2-reboot # && reboot" in CentOS 7 but nothing I do seems to change the menu entry selection ...
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password is always passw0rd? Why?

Per telecomworld: FreePBX Operator Panel (FOP) The secret code for performing transfers and hangups in the Flash Operator Panel is passw0rd (zero not the letter O) I'm on Elastix 2.5 and am ...
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Programming Asterisk IVR inside freepbx problem continuing the program when clerk hangup

I am trying to solve a problem with my IVR, i am trying to figure out how to continue the call when the clerk hangup, to a evaluation. Well... I discovered that the queue command can do that with ...